How to start digital scrapbooking

by | Nov 28, 2008 | Getting Started with Scrapbooking, Scrapbooking Supplies | 0 comments

The free, online mini-scrapping service Scrapblog has been around for almost 2 years now. This Web 2.0 application allows you to make digital scrapbooks without having to understand any software. It can even making importing pics super easy by linking to your account at places like Flickr or Photobucket.

An example Scrapblog layout

Scrapblog has certainly come a long way. There are dozens of templates, papers, and embellishments (they call them stickers). They even offer print products – cards and books – just like Kodak, Shutterfly, etc. Unfortunately, you cannot save a high resolution copy of your project to print elsewhere. But, the site is great for putting together an album or page you want to share on the Web or over email. For sure, it is the perfect way to test out digital scrapbooking with zero commitment.



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